November 13 2018 Seattle Commodore Computer Club Meetup #6 Notes. We has some AMAZING hardware on hand, folks. Some (no joke) museum worthy stuff. http://www.sea-ccc.org/2018/11/14/november-13-2018-seattle-commodore-computer-club-meetup-6-notes/
Bill Gates in the USSR for the official launch of Russian version of MS-DOS
Finishing up the #SIDFX installation into my main #C64, the missing part being enabling the second SID to get its own address space so that it can be used independently from the primary SID (i.e. "stereo mode").
Instead of using the mini grabbers, I opted to solder in the bus connections. A5 and A8 goes to the CPU. IO1 to the decoder U15.
It works! :)
@Koishi Omataseshimashita, CoFe with a side of carbon.
@Koishi How much cobalt for your steel? 1 spoon?
Is anybody out there? T_T
@absturztaube Credentialsm: credential with added samarium for higher resistance to demagnetisation.
Today in gloriously-impractical-yet-want, here's an actual core memory unit including the Gerber files for the circuit board and schematic
Spacecraft don't use these anymore since there are better options, but part of me feels like there's still some value in here
I also wonder if it's feasible to have core memory backed SRAM
So the system reads/writes to SRAM in normal use, as a fast buffer, while it slowly updates the core memory
Might just be crazy enough to work
Neutrinos are incredibly elusive particles which normally travel all the way through our planet and even through the Sun as if they were transparent. The Super-Kamiokande was made huge to increase the chance of observing an interaction every now and then. #physics
@enigmatico I Just found one in the junk pile I’m sorting XD
Indipendent Game Developer... sort of XD
Noob ham radio operator and maker of random stuff.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko